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Andreas Johansson scripsit: > * One of the more bizarre errors is translating Swedish _Slovenien_ > as "Slavonia" and _Slavonien_ as "Slovenia". Grantedly, the names are very > similar, but it's impressing getting both wrong, with such perfect symmetry. Boswell on the errors in Samuel Johnson's dictionary: # A few of his definitions must be admitted to be erroneous. Thus, # Windward and Leeward, though directly of opposite meaning, are defined # identically the same way; as to which inconsiderable specks it is enough # to observe, that his Preface announces that he was aware there might # be many such in so immense a work; nor was he at all disconcerted when # an instance was pointed out to him. A lady once asked him how he came # to define Pastern the knee of a horse: instead of making an elaborate # defence, as she expected, he at once answered, "Ignorance, Madam, # pure ignorance." His definition of Network ["Any thing reticulated # or decussated, at equal distances, with interstices between the # intersections"] has been often quoted with sportive malignity, as # obscuring a thing in itself very plain. To which we may add his definition of _lexicographer_: "a writer of dictionaries, a harmless drudge". -- We call nothing profound [log in to unmask] that is not wittily expressed. John Cowan --Northrop Frye (improved) http://www.reutershealth.com